Deputies Charge Spring Hill Man in Habitat for Humanity Robbery
Hernando deputies said he confessed to robbing a Habitat for Humanity ReStore to support his drug addiction.
HERNANDO COUNTY – A Spring Hill man has confessed to robbing a Habitat for Humanity ReStore to support his drug addiciton, the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office said.
Michael Levenson, 35, of Spring Hill, was charged with one count of robbery.
Sheriff’s deputies said they were called to the Habitat for Humanity ReStore, 7421 Spring Hill Drive, on Oct. 12 for a report of a commercial robbery. An unknown man had entered the store
and given a note to the clerk demanding money from the register. After the clerk gave the man an undisclosed amount of cash, the suspect fled on foot.
Deputies used a video from the store and surrounding businesses to get a description and photo of the robber. Over the next few days, deputies received anonymous tips identifying the robber as Levenson.
Deputies spoke with Levenson’s parents Wednesday (Oct. 18). His parents positively identified Levenson as the person shown in the surveillance images.
Deputies then went to St. Vincent DePaul, 1291 Kass Circle, to question him. Deputies said he confessed to robbing the Habitat for Humanity ReStore to support his drug addiction.
For information about the Hernando sheriff, go to hernandosheriff.org.
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